Little Fish Brewing – Bringing a slice of the Ardennes to Appalachia They planted hops on a patch of land between the outdoor courtyard and the Hocking River. The first year’s harvest yielded enough hops for a fresh hop pale served up at the taproom earlier this fall. They have also planted various fruit trees on the ... 11/28/2016 - 1:43 am | View Link
Bringing in the crop Harvest of early onions, which go straight into fresh pack for shipping, has been going for several weeks. Recent cooler temperatures means storage onions have been taking a little longer to cure, according to Grant Kitamura, president of Murakami Produce. 09/15/2016 - 12:11 am | View Link
Argentina: Orange prices plunge, bringing harvest to a halt The gap is so large that many decide not to harvest, as what they earn does not even cover the cost of shipping the fruit to the market. Many Valencia oranges that should have been harvested last year are still on the trees. Many others have fallen and ... 03/26/2015 - 2:32 am | View Link
Honeybear bringing fresh Chilean Honeycrisp apples to U.S. markets Our ‘fresh picked’ crop from the best growing location in Chile can now provide that harvest-fresh flavor everyone has come to expect and demand from this high-quality apple.” The Honeybear Chilean Honeycrisp is just one program from Honeybear Marketing. 04/8/2014 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Bringing home the harvest in Chilliwack Cheam Christian school. Oostenbrink and de Rover, along with their wives Helen and Teresa respectively, opened Local Harvest Market last month and aside from home gardens and a love of local, fresh food, none have a farming background. But they saw a gap ... 10/16/2013 - 6:01 am | View Link
-Sun Harvest Citrus Welcome . We hope the coming of this year's citrus season finds you healthy and rested. You may remember that last year, the Baby-O mandarin became a welcome addition ... 12/4/2016 - 11:10 am | View Website
Harvest Bakery Inc. Over 70 years in business. Daily specials. Bristol, CT's #1 bakery. Cakes, cookies, pastries, fresh pies, bread, rolls, sugar-free delights. 860-589-8800. 12/4/2016 - 10:28 am | View Website
Community Harvest Project – Volunteer farming for hunger ... Community Harvest Project is a non-profit farm that engages volunteers to grow fresh fruits and vegetables to provide to those experiencing hunger. 12/4/2016 - 4:51 am | View Website
Farm Fresh Catering Farm-Fresh Catering. Bringing you the freshest from our farm straight to your table! Soergel’s is excited to offer an outstanding catering menu! 12/3/2016 - 11:00 pm | View Website
Hudson Valley Harvest We work with local farms and harvest at the peak of the season to preserve the flavor of the summer. Open a bag and taste the difference. 12/3/2016 - 1:28 pm | View Website
Portland Mayor Ethan Strimling addresses outgoing City Councilor Jon Hinck during a ceremony Monday at City Hall to bid farewell to two outgoing councilors and swear in their replacements. City Manager Jon Jennings is at left. Ben McCanna/Staff Photographer
A power struggle at Portland City Hall that boiled over into public meetings over the past two weeks has been raging behind the scenes for the past year, according to internal communications obtained through a public records request.
And it appears to be far from over.
Mayor Ethan Strimling has been pushing to expand the authority of the elected mayor, clashing with the city manager and challenging the city’s top attorney and her interpretations of the city charter.
At one point, the City Council privately decided to spend more than $21,000 for a second opinion about the scope of the mayor’s authority from an outside lawyer, but even that has not settled the issue.
At another point, City Manager Jon Jennings sought advice about how to file a formal complaint against Strimling for violating the charter, after the mayor sought information from city staff without first contacting the manager’s office.
The struggle, however, has been playing itself out mostly behind closed doors and in emails, and only recently was aired in public meetings and interviews with the media.
Henrietta “Henty” LaRou was a loyal friend to needy children in southern Maine.
Well known for her knowledge of local history and her volunteer and civic contributions to her hometown of South Portland, LaRou also was well known to the Portland Press Herald Toy Fund as one of the regular donors who always wanted to bring Christmas joy to children who faced bleak holidays because of circumstances beyond their control.
LaRou used to donate in memory of her late husband, Phillip, who died in 1996.